So I picked up another pair of L100 Century speakers and since I couldn't bare to put them into storage I decided to stack them. Some people run these in parallel, some in serial, I decided to run one pair from the "A" speaker set off my Sansui AU-717 integrated amplifier, and the other off the "B" speaker set.
How does it sound? BIG, BOLD, and a bit nauseating. Rock and roll sounds good, but I tried playing some jazz and the forward midrange on these almost shot me through my loft skylight. A little fine tuning on the midrange control is in order and I'll do that this weekend. Again, my take on the L100 Century speakers is that they sound great with rock and roll and are wonderful party speakers. And yes, that is a Captain and Tennille album in the foreground.
To read my review of non-stacked JBL L100 Century speakers, click HERE.
If you have ever tried stacking JBL L100 Century loudspeakers and have a story to tell or photos to share, please leave a comment or email me.
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